END OF THE OREGON TRAIL INTERPRETIVE CENTER
Beginning in the 1840′s more than 300,000 people began their Oregon Trail journey, living and writing their stories. In its early days, the Oregon Trail was a 2,000 mile string of rivers and natural landmarks followed from Missouri to Oregon. In later years, after thousands of pioneers had followed the Oregon Trail to settle in the Oregon Country, there were well–worn paths to follow, local roads, military roads, and shortcuts, but it was easy to take a wrong turn. Share in these stories with a visit to the dynamic End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive Center in Oregon City, Oregon. Living history presentations, "Bound for Oregon," an experience in digital cinema, exhibits of artifacts and heirlooms from the trail, and pioneer living activities provide a unique experience.